The world uses oil and gas to make energy which allows us to drive cars and trucks, fuel jet planes and heat our homes. It also helps us make products we use every day, like cell phones, bicycles and running shoes. Find out more about how it got into the ground – and how we get it out.
The Energy Career Transition and Employment Resource
Workers with experience in oil and gas are technically well-suited for employment in emerging sectors adjacent to oil and gas. The path to a successful career transition is not always clear—either for job seekers or employers.
The Energy Career Tr...
How many petroleum products did you use today?
It’s nearly impossible to go 24 hours without using, wearing or eating something that oil and gas has had a hand in.
According to the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP), Canadians used 110 billion litres of refined oil products in 2018. ...
Most university students in Canada conduct research as part of their studies. Fewer have an opportunity to see their area of research applied by industry.
So Alexandra was “pleasantly surprised” to see blast-proof buildings—the thesis topic of her master’s degree in structural engineering—designed for LNG Canada’s plant expansion in Kitimat, in Northwest British Columbia.
“I actually got to see my research applied to a real-life situation,” says ...